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Charles Barkley's Hilarious Reaction To Unbelievable Attractive Blonde Girl Behind Dallas Star Coach: “Keep That Camera On The Dallas Bench… I Was Glued To The Television.”

Charles Barkley's Hilarious Reaction To Unbelievable Attractive Blonde Girl Behind Dallas Star Coach: “Keep That Camera On The Dallas Bench… I Was Glued To The Television.”

Every now and then, we see fans stealing the show at arenas. More often than not, it's due to the wrong reasons, like the kid who messed with Chris Paul's mom in a recent game. Other times, we see fans trying to protect their players like the lady that tried to prevent Draymond Green from getting a tech

The good stories are the ones we like to talk about more, but they don't happen that often. There are times, however, when fans draw a lot of attention thanks to their looks, which is what happened during a Dallas Stars game. 

The NHL team is currently facing the Calgary Flames in the league's playoffs, and recently made a lot of noise for one of their fans. One beautiful woman sitting behind Stars' head coach Rick Bowness was caught on camera, drawing a lot of attention from fans around the league and even beyond that. 

One of the people who watched Game 3 of their series was impressed by a gorgeous woman. Natalie Gauvreau has been an avid fan of the team for some time now, and that hasn't changed. She's very loyal to the team, and now her fanaticism has gotten a lot of looks. 

Even NBA legend Charles Barkley had something to say about it when he was invited to spend some time with the NHL crew. Chuck revealed he was very interested in that game and asked the people in charge of the broadcast to give the lady more time on camera. 

"Keep that camera on the Dallas bench. Y'all like Coach Bowness the other night? Listen, man, I was glued to the television. I felt bad, I was holding my new grandson, I was staring at Coach Bowness. But it was worth it though. Man, Dallas..."

No doubt Chuck enjoyed that moment and what he watched on TV. The former NBA MVP is a character, and he's not afraid of speaking his mind. He went there and did his thing, laughing with the rest of the crew while remembering how entertained he was during the weekend. Unfortunately, the Stars are 3-2 down right now, and if they lose the next game, we won't be able to watch Gauvreau again until next season.